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Keep Your Car Tires Inflated & Save Money on Gas
What's That Rubber on the Road?
Whenever we see tire debris alongside the road and highway we jump to the conclusion that it comes from retreaded tires.
In point of fact, most tire debris is caused by improperly maintained tires.
1) Check the inflation pressure of your ties with a calibrated air pressure gauge when the tires are "cold" - before the vehicle has been driven more than about one mile. Add air to fill to the proper level of inflation whenever needed.
"The safety check only takes a few minutes and is time well spent, particularly if it leads to finding a problem that could have been extremely costly and possibly dangerous if not discovered," says Brodsky. Not only will taking these measures make your vehicle run more efficiently, they will prolong the life of your tires, meaning you don't have to go to the expense of replacing them as often.